I have a 1997 Wrangler w/ 6-cylinder (4.) and manual 5-speed transmission. 90,000 miles.
I can hear a rapid clicking noise somewhere in the drive train when I'm driving very slowly. It sounds like it's near the front of the Jeep, somewhere near my feet. It does not depends on the engine RPM. In fact, if I coast down a hill with the engine off, I can still hear it.
The faster I go, the faster the clicking noise is. I can also feel it in my brake pedal. I think I may be able to feel it in the shifter, too.
I first noticed it a few months ago. It's now slightly louder.
I don't notice it at high speeds; perhaps it's because the clicking noise is so rapid that I can't hear the individual clicks. It's most noticeable when I'm less than 5 MPH.
Any ideas? Thanks